The match ends!
Switzerland makes its final changes: Denis Zakaria and Silvan Wildmer are replaced by Michel Aebischer and Jordan Lotomba.
New move for Northern Ireland: Jordan Jones replaces Shayne Lavery.
In the final minutes, the pace of the game slowed down, with Switzerland maintaining control of the ball but still unable to create danger, while Northern Ireland found themselves falling back, but no longer looking to counter-attack.
Switzerland also makes one more change: Andi Zeqiri replaces Haris Seferovic.
Northern Ireland makes another change: Jordan Thompson comes off and George Saville enters.
Northern Ireland makes its first change to its starting line-up: Conor Bradley and Dior Charles come in for Conor Washington and Michael Smith.
Switzerland made its first moves: Renato Steffen and Steven Zuber came in for Fabian Frei and Christian Fassnacht.
Another caution card, this time for Denis Zakaria, Switzerland midfielder.
Jamal Lewis, Northern Ireland full-back, joins those cautioned.
The second half is underway!
The match between Northern Ireland and Switzerland is underway again.
The first half is over!
After 45+1', Northern Ireland and Switzerland are tied at 0-0; the home side have had very little of the ball, but have still looked more dangerous than the visitors, who have already missed a penalty kick.
One minute of reposition is added.
In the last few minutes, Switzerland have been more fluid in the opposition half, but continue to fall short in their attempts to attack.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell! The goalkeeper dives and holds the penalty kick by Haris Seferović, who misses with his shot.
Switzerland miss a great opportunity to take the lead on the scoreboard.
Penalty for Switzerland! Ruben Vargas is brought down inside the area by Michael Smith, and the referee signals the infringement.
Without even having 30% of the possession, Northern Ireland looked more dangerous when attacking vertically.
Michael Smith, Northern Ireland defender, is shown the yellow card for a hard tackle on Denis Zakaria.
Although Switzerland has clearly had possession of the ball, it has not progressed well and continues to fail to generate any dangerous play.
Fabian Frei of Switzerland becomes the first player to receive a caution for a foul in the midfield.
Close! Shayne Lavery's fast counter-attack ends with a shot just wide. Northern Ireland came close to scoring.
The match is underway!
The teams of Northern Ireland and Switzerland are already facing each other at Windsor Park.
Record between Northern Ireland and Switzerland
In the last four head-to-head meetings between these two teams, there has been one draw, one win for the Northern Irish and two for the Swiss.
Yvon Mvogo, Gregor Kobel, Ulisses Garcia, Andi Zeqiri, Renato Steffen, Steven Zuber, Djibril Sow, Sandro Lauper, Jordan Lotomba, Michel Aebischer, Fabian Schär and Cédric Zesiger
Northern Ireland: substitutes
Trevor Carson, Conor Hazard, Conor Bradley, Tom Flanagan, George Saville, Niall McGinn, Kyle Lafferty, Shane Ferguson, Dion Charles, Jordan Jones, Gavin Whyte and Alfie McCalmont.
Switzerland: confirmed lineup
Yann Sommer; Silvan Widmer, Nico Elvedi, Manuel Akanji, Denis Zakaria, Remo Freuler, Haris Seferović, Fabian Frei, Ricardo Rodríguez, Christian Fassnacht and Ruben Vargas.
Northern Ireland: confirmed lineup
Bailey PeacockFarrell; Jamal Lewis, Daniel Ballard (C), Steven Davis, Conor Washington, Jordan Thompson, Alistair McCann, Shayne Lavery, Michael Smith, Craig Cathcart and Ciaron Brown.
How will Switzerland fare?
Playing at home at St. Jakob Park the previous Sunday, they held on for a valuable goalless draw against Italy, the reigning champions of their confederation.
How is Northern Ireland doing?
Last Thursday, in their visit to the LFF Stadium, they got their first win of the qualifiers after beating Lithuania 1-4, with goals from Daniel Ballard, Conor Washington, Shayne Lavery and Paddy McNair.
Let's get started!
In just under an hour, the teams of Northern Ireland and Switzerland will face each other; both teams are already in the stadium and in a few minutes they will start warming up.
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Switzerland: last lineup
Yann Sommer; Silvan Widmer, Nico Elvedi, Manuel Akanji, Haris Seferović, Fabian Frei, Renato Steffen, Ricardo Rodríguez, Steven Zuber, Djibril Sow y Michel Aebischer.
Northern Ireland: last lineup
Bailey Peacock Farrell, Jamal Lewis, Daniel Ballard, Steven Davis, Conor Washington, Shayne Lavery, Jordan Thompson, Alistair McCann, Paddy McNair, Michael Smith and Craig Cathcart.
Referees for the match Northern Ireland vs Switzerland
The central referee for this match will be Harald Lechner; Andreas Heidenreich, first assistant; Markus Gutschi, second line; Markus Hameter, fourth official; Szymon Marciniak, VAR; and Paweł Sokolnicki, AVAR.
Switzerland, to get closer to the top.
For their part, the team coached by Murat Yakin has done a good job, and proof of this is that -with two games behind leaders Italy- they are in second place in the group with seven points, after two wins and a draw; they have scored four goals and conceded only one.
Northern Ireland, looking to move up the standings
The team coached by Ian Baraclough has not had a bad performance in this phase, but it is clear that if they want to move up, they will have to improve their results; at the moment, they are in fourth place with four points, the result of one win, one draw and one defeat. They have scored four goals and conceded three.
Northern Ireland and Switzerland in Group C
This Wednesday afternoon, in the city of Belfast, the Northern Irish and the Swiss will face each other for their fourth match in this round. It should be recalled that both countries are in the third qualifying section, along with Italy, Bulgaria and Lithuania.
UEFA World Cup Group Stage
The European confederation has 13 tickets for the World Cup, and in this stage, 10 tickets will be awarded to the teams that finish as leaders of their sectors after ten rounds. Subsequently, in the second round, the group runners-up will advance in search of the three remaining tickets to Qatar 2022.
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With this result, in Group C, the home team reached three points and is in third place, while the visitors occupy second place with eight points.
The next match between the two teams will be played on the October FIFA Date.